2018 was a rough season for Cody Miller, who talked pretty openly in his vlog series about dealing with injuries for much of the year. But he seems to be back on track in 2019, hitting a time in prelims of the Bloomington Pro Swim Series this morning that is better than anything he swam last season – Nationals included.
Maggie Wazenek swam a 28.99 to make the A-final in the 50 back on Friday at the Pro Swim Series stop in Bloomington, Indiana.
Nathan Adrian was almost exactly as fast on Friday as he was at this meet last season.
After a slow start to the NCAA offseason, we’ve seen an influx of hires in the last week.
“We were always aware of the fact that his senior year could be a year where he redshirted to be ready for Olympic Trials, but this year sort of cemented that we were on the right track.”
Olympian Kelsi Dahlia has scratched both the 100 free and 200 fly the first full day of the 2019 Pro Swim Series in Bloomington, suggesting that she may not be attending the meet at all.
Moore hit a season-best 16:11.42 to win the women’s 1500 tonight in Bloomington.
Hannah Moore is the top seed on the women’s side, looking to win her second-straight PSS meet in this event. Moore beat Chile’s Kristel Kobrich by seven seconds in Richmond.
The University of North Carolina has hired Mark Gangloff to lead its men’s and women’s swim & dive programs, replacing the resigned Rich DeSelm.
After yesterday’s news that the former Winter Nationals will be re-branded as “U.S. Open,” we’re taking a look at the remaining schedule of national championship-level meets for the remainder of 2019.
In the most-contested 50 stroke slot still up for grabs, Michael Andrew holds a narrow lead over Matt Grevers with 2 weeks to go in the qualifying period.
The city of Omaha has pledged $750,000 in taxpayer money to host the 2020 U.S. Olympic Trials, according to a report.
An updated set of psych sheets have dropped for this week’s Bloomington Pro Swim Series, with Olympian Melanie Margalis dropping off the ticket. Margalis was entered both in Bloomington and at the Atlanta Classic happening the same weekend, so her absence on the new psychs all but confirms she’ll be swimming Atlanta instead.
In Cody Miller’s latest vlog, he says that he, Laura Morley, and Annie Lazor are all on the “taper train” ahead of the Pro Swim Series stop in Bloomington, Indiana this coming weekend.
USA Swimming is updating its nomenclature for major National Championship meets as soon as this winter. The most notable change…